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When the Print
Gets Smaller

Vision changes can start sooner
than you think. Find out what to
expect.

6 Tips for Your
Best Sight

What to eat for your eyes, why
sunglasses are a smart choice,
and more.

Is It Age or
Something Else?

What vision changes are normal
with age, what aren't, and what
you can do about it.

What's Irritating
My Eyes?

Protect your eyes from
allergens, pet dander and more.

How You See
as a Senior

Find out how to keep your
vision as sharp as possible
year after year.

Eye Exam Poll

How often do you get an eye test?

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are your eyes starting to act their age

Are Your Eyes Starting to Act Their Age?

Find yourself holding items at arm's length in order to see them clearly? Say hello to presbyopia—a change that happens to all of us around the age of 40.

where does presbyopia strike

Where Does Presbyopia Strike?

Symptoms of presbyopia can impact your life anywhere you look. There are many places each day where you want to be able to focus near through far with ease.

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Struggling with "Readers" Isn't Your Only Option

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